You have the control of your keys
Remember that you are in a decentralized social network where new paradigm changes are created in terms of data control. You and only you own your master password and the private keys associated with your user account. This offers certain freedoms but also entails great responsibilities.
How should I protect my account?
Remember that in a decentralized network nobody controls your passwords or private keys.
Unlike on most social networking websites, there is no way to recover your account if you lose your password or private key. Now you are your own bank and you have the responsibility to keep your keys. If you want to be free, you have to take the power of your keys and this implies a responsibility.
1- Make a backup copy of your password. Keep your keys very safely.
2-Use passwords created in a random way, against more characters of length have more secure will be.
3- Do not use a simple password (1234567) for your master password. Unless you are Rain Man, if you can remember your password this means that it is not a secure password. The password must be long and with random characters and numbers to offer maximum security to your account.
4 Use the lower privilege keys (Publication Key or Active Key to maintain the security of your account.)
5- Do not tell anyone your Creary password.
6- Store the password offline so that in case of hard disk failure you can recover it. You can save it on a pendrive, external hard drive and even written on paper in more than one place.
7- Do not share your password with other people or with third-party websites. They could steal your tokens. If you believe that your account has been compromised, you must change your password immediately.
More info: https://creary.net/faq